We’ve been playing a new song called “Selfish”. We think Stephanie Quayle could be
the next female to break through in Country Music. She has quite a story.
Quayle traveled 9,000 miles on her summer “Winnebago Tour” in support of her latest project.
To promote the CD Quayle gathered sponsors to go on a promotional tour from the Empire State
to the Golden Gate and literally put Quayle on the road from coast to coast.
“I just want to go live this song. I’d never seen the Hoover Dam before and I wanted to
take a picture under Mt Rushmore! Growing up in the West, my grandparents would
pull up in their motorhome and all the kids would jump in for the summer. It’s almost
like everything has come full circle — Here I am singing about traveling this great
country on the ultimate cross-country road trip in a new home on wheels!”
Partnering with national brands Kampgrounds of America (KOA), Winnebago, Polaroid
and regional influencers The RV Loft and Summerfield Farms, the tour became a reality
and took on a life of its own as Quayle played pop up concerts at must-stop destinations
like the top of the Empire State Building, Mt Rushmore, the Hoover Dam, Niagara Falls
while staying and performing at KOA campgrounds across the country.
It’s an interesting story, let’s hope for great success for Stephanie Quayle.